Author Guidelines

ZAHRA: JOURNAL OF HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH is published four times a year, is a peer-reviewed journal, and specializes in field research and review of health-related literature. The aim is to provide readers with a better understanding of health and present its development through articles and research reports, both field research and literature.

This journal invites scholars and experts working in all health disciplines. Articles must be original, based on field research and literature, unpublished, and not under review for possible publication in other journals. All submitted papers are subject to review by the editor, editorial board, and blind reviewers. Submissions that violate our guidelines on formatting or length will be rejected without review.

  1. Writing Format

Writing Organization
Articles using Microsoft Word software (MS.Word) 2010-2013 (or later) in A4 size, then the text is typed in 1.15 spaces. The Cambria-based font is 12pt and one column. Reference list using a reference management tool (Zotero or Mendeley). The reference list is arranged alphabetically according to the 17th Edition of the Chicago Manual of Style (Author's Date). Furthermore, the manuscript is about 10-20 pages long, with the top, bottom, left, and right margins equaling 3 centimeters (3 cm). The results and discussion sections can be added with subtitles written in Cambrian font 12. In bold, new paragraphs are written in, between paragraphs are not given a space.

  1. Title

The title of the scientific paper must be written in a minimum of 10 words and a maximum of 15 words written in Indonesian or English. After the title, followed by the inclusion of the author's full name without abbreviation (does not include academic degree), the identity of the department (choose one: Faculty/Study Program/Bureau/Division) from the nearest line in the author's hierarchy, line position and separate commas (, ) followed by identity institution (you can choose one: University/Institute/SMA/Institution/Institution) where the author works, then include the email address as a medium for correspondence between the reader and the author at the bottom of the first page.

  1. Abstract

The summary of research results, field studies, and literature are straightforward, without overly detailed explanations. The abstract typeface is Cambria with font size 12pt in 1 (one) paragraph and contains a minimum of 150 to a maximum of 200 words; the essence is accompanied by a maximum of 5 (five) keywords or phrases and must include: (1) Background, research problem ; (2) research objectives; (3) The research method used; (5) Research results; (6) Research conclusions in achieving research objectives.

  1. Introduction

Contains a research introduction that has a proportion of 25% or about 4 (four) pages of the entire manuscript. Contains background problems, research problems, research problems (problems), a clear literature review, and research objectives.

  1. Research Method

The research basis or research principles have a proportion of 12% or about 2 (two) pages of the complete manuscript. It covers the research paradigm, the type of research conducted, data collection techniques, and data analysis.

  1. Results and Analysis

The essence of the findings of this study has a proportion of 38% or about seven (7) pages of the entire manuscript. It discloses research results, containing tables, graphs, and figures interpreted and described with the relevant literature (if deemed necessary).

  1. Conclusion

The final part of this research report has a proportion of 7% or about 1 (one) page of the entire manuscript. Conclude research that can represent the main findings and has meaningful recommendations.

  1. References

The final part of this research report has a proportion of 12% or about 2 (two) pages of the entire manuscript. Reflecting the adequacy and novelty of the reference literature by prioritizing scientific journals (80%) as the basis for a minimum of 12 citations.